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INK Canadian Insider Index gains 4.7% as precious metals slip

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the INK CIN rallied 39.79 points or 4.7 points to close at 884.85 for a gain of 4.7%.

Will copper shine in the shadows of COVID-19?

In his latest interview with Jim Goddard on HoweStreet.com, Stewart Muir of the Resource Works Society looks at the future of copper and the role it could play in economic development. He finds that British Columbia produces enough copper each year to equip 5 million electric cars. He also suggests that copper could gain in popularity as a way to offer some protection against pathogens such as the one that causes COVID-19.

INK Ultra Money: How the virus is going to shake up everything

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Canadian Insider Club Ultra members, heads up! If Balaji Srinivasan is right, the coronavirus is going to shake up just about everything, including the geopolitical balance of power, the way power is shared within federal states like the US (and Canada for that matter) and which companies will win or lose.

INK software stock boosts dividend 10% Wednesday

While Microsoft MSFT (MSFT) is getting some attention in after hours trading on its earnings beat, earlier Wednesday our March 20th morning stock Sylogist (SYZ) reported quarterly numbers and raised its dividend 10%. That helped push the stock 4% higher. Part of their success in the quarter was driven by their NaviPayroll payroll application which is starting to gain momentum. The company also said it will be available on Microsoft's AppSource marketplace. Watch a free video summary of our March 20th report below.

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INK Ultra Money: Former Fed official on the nuclear option

Go big or go home, and the Fed chose big. Claudia Sahm, Director of Macroeconomic Research at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth, gives Pedro Da Costa an insider’s view of the Federal Reserve’s plans and goals. Drawing upon her experience as a former Fed Board Economist, Sahm analyzes the drastic measures the Fed is undertaking in order to shore up the American economy as it faces this unprecedented demand shock. Sahm and Da Costa explore the Fed’s reputation as having a cozy relationship with Wall Street with Sahm framing her analysis through the lens of the 2008 bailout, in which she saw the Fed bail out Wall Street, but not Main Street. Sahm then makes a spirited case for why the Fed should learn from its previous mistakes and go bigger than it ever has before. Filmed on April 23, 2020, over Skype.

 

Powell has served up some big surprises

 

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Insights: The D-economy won the week

Our D-economy theme dominated last week. Will it be two weeks in a row? So far, this week the tables are turned with optimism building ahead of some key US earnings report. We look at what insiders are signalling in Canada about the deflation versus inflation battle that is shaping up. Meanwhile, our insider of the week is from the cryptocurrency space, a corner of the market that many investors may be overlooking. Click here to read this week's free Insights newsletter.

Monday on INK Ultra Money: Crypto comeback

Cryptocurrencies have been making a comeback over the past few weeks, but does the rally have staying power? The CEO of a Canadian-listed cryptocurrency-focused investment firm seems to be betting that bitcoin and blockchain are poised for better days ahead. Canadian Insider Club Ultra members can watch the video summary below.

 

Watching institutional interest

 

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INK Canadian Insider Index holds up with copper as oil plunges 32%

Thank you for joining us in a weekly technical look at the mid-cap oriented INK Canadian Insider (CIN) Index. Last week, the INK CIN took a breather and pulled back 6.67 points or 0.8% to close at 844.66.

Birchcliff is beating the tech giants

This weekend in the Globe and Mail we featured insider buying at natural gas producer Birchcliff Energy (BIR). Insiders were buying around the year-to-date stock market lows set on March 23rd. That turned out to be a great signal. Since that date, Birchcliff Energy stock is up over 130%.

March is shaping up to be a potential long-term turning point

Thanks to the law of small numbers kicking in, Birchcliff has left even Amazon (AMZN) in the dust which is up an impressive 27%. Below is the video summary of our original report on Birchcliff which we sent to members on April 7th.

Insider long-term bets paying off

There really is no better time to make use of INK reports than during the current bottoming process we are going through. Although these are challenging days, we also have tremendous opportunity to build our wealth in the times ahead.

INK Ultra Money: A nuclear spring? Not letting a good crisis go to waste

Energy has been a hot sector since the March 23rd lows. Within the sector, the uranium group has led the way, and today INK Research takes a look at a company that invests strictly in physical uranium. In this report, INK references an enlightening Real Vision interview with Arthur Hyde from Segra Capital Management on April 15th who clearly explains the state of the uranium industry and why COVID-19 may be the spark that turns the industry around. If you are wondering if this uranium rally is for real, Hyde will help you make up your mind. He sealed it for me.

 

Shifting balance of power? (free video)

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